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Excuse me people do you even have a clue? The dumacrats took over in 2006, Pres. Bush's hands were tied. The beloved Barney & dodd said there was no problems with fannie and Freddie mac, wrong Pres Bush wanted more legislation for them because of corruptness they denied anything was wrong. From that point on the housing industry dropped like a rock. The country was being run by socialists without a clue, just like peloci saying they will have to pass osluma care before they know whats in it, really!
I know one thing is for sure the working class is tired of paying for the do nothings and guess what we have money and the means to defend our families just like our founding fathers set down in our constitution. Good luck when we decide to quit supporting all of you worthless leaches.
This guy in office will take no responsibility is less transparent than any other and is dividing this country like no other into a class nation, sad part you don't even care. Prepare yourselves, money does not grow on printing presses, it come from the entrepreneur and unfortunately this pres has no clue.
NOTICE WASHINGTON DC ISN'T ON THE LIST! IT'S THE ONLY CITY THAT IS HIRING MORE
AND MORE PROGRESSIVE LEFT WING PEOPLE TO WORK UNDER OBAMA'S SOCIALIST
ADMINISTRATION IN THE IRS, EPA AND OBAMACARE! MORE GOVT WORKERS ON THE
TAXPAYER DIME! AND FREE HEALTHCARE BUT NOT OBAMACARE! THAT'S FOR THE REST
OF US WITH DEATH PANELS AND HIGHER RATES AND LESS SERVICE! EVERY DEMOCRAT
RUN CITY AND STATE IS DEAD BROKE IN DEBT AND NO JOBS BUT PEOPLE KEEP VOTING
FOR THESE ANTI AMERICAN PROGRESSIVES! THEY ARE DESTROYING THIS COUNTRY!
Folks when they started shipping jobs out of the country the country started going broke.
Look around, Up until the 1980's when we were at war the jobs climbed to keep up war goods, Now the war just made other countries richer because MOST of everything built for the last few wars were built outside the country so we were paying out and getting nothing.
Our own government buys very little from its own country, "HELLO" how can we stay afloat doing that? When was the last time you saw our government using anything built in the USA?
All our goods were sent out of the country and built with cheap labor and in some cases by child labor working 14 hours per day for peanuts. If we don't make the money building the product how are we supposed to have the money to buy it? They would have us believe that our vehicles like Ford, GM, Chrysler and others are built in the good old USA but if you check, Very little or nothing is built in the USA, Everything is built outside the USA and assembled here this only giving us a few crumbs to shout us up.
Until this stops we will just keep going down hill and it doesn't take a college degree to figure that out and it doesn't make any difference which side of the isle in Washington you are on.
Well I am on the down side of living in Illinois. This time next year I will be out of this sewer. Yes the public sector workers think they should get the same income and benefits that they got when they were occupying space in a government building. Not going to happen. They will end up with half if they are lucky.
Chicago bleeds the state dry due to the political power shifting monies away from the other areas. Taxes are out of control. Moving to Nevada will save me almost $10,000 per year in taxes and costs associated with living in the Murder Capital of the World.
The weather is terrible, roads are always under construction by the politcal insider contractors. If there is a chance you are going to He!! then move to Illinois so you are used to it.
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